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Advanced Dental Implant Procedures – Western Massachusetts

Ensuring Your New Smile Will Thrive

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With the right foundation, dental implants are able to last for several decades. To begin the process, you’ll need to attend an initial consultation with one of our dentists here at EMA Dental. From there, we can determine whether implants are the right solution for your smile. In some cases, we may determine that you need an additional dental implant procedure in East Longmeadow & Northampton beforehand. For example, we can strengthen a weakened jawbone or move a sinus cavity out of the way. These procedures can give your new smile the sturdy foundation it needs to truly thrive.

Bone Grafting

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Dental implants are capable of lasting so long because of a process called osseointegration. Because the implant posts are surgically placed into your jawbone, they act as your new tooth roots, stimulating new bone growth and forging a powerful bond.

Unfortunately, if you’ve lost jawbone mass, there won’t be enough bone to support the implants. That’s where bone grafting in East Longmeadow & Northampton comes in.

A section of bone material is taken from either a donor or elsewhere on your body and transferred to the area that will receive the implants. After your surgery is complete, the newly added graft will begin fusing with your existing jawbone. You’ll spend the next few months healing to create the strong base your new teeth will need.

Sinus Lift 

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If you’ve suffered from bone loss in your upper arch, the bone near your maxillary sinuses may not be large enough to accommodate the implants without having them protrude into these cavities. Also known as a sinus augmentation, a sinus lift in East Longmeadow & Northampton adds bone to this area so that we can replace missing molars and premolars.

First, we open your gum tissue, exposing your jawbone. A small hole is cut into the bone, allowing us to gently lift the sinus membrane upward. We then place grafting material into this hole and suture your gums closed. You can then start the months-long process of healing.

Rebuild Your Smile Today!

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If you want to replace your missing teeth with the next best thing to your natural pearly whites, contact us today. Even if you need to undergo preliminary procedures first, we’ll do our utmost to help rebuild your smile with dental implants in East Longmeadow & Northampton.

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